The quarterback remains the question for the New York Jets. The defense is revamped, the offense reloaded. Now, it’s time for Geno Smith to step up. And, he knows it.
If the Giants don’t make a serious run — or pass — they may pass the torch to the Jets for the first time in a long time.
You need a story? Send a reporter to Jets practice. Or listen to one of their radio interviews. Somebody is bound to say something stupid.
Ryan Fitzpatrick has been in this spot many times throughout his NFL career.
“Geno’s career, right now, is extremely turbulent,” Willie Colon said.
The New York Jets have released quarterback Matt Simms, who backed up starter Geno Smith the past two seasons.
Thank goodness for Todd Bowles, who interceded in the insanity by asserting that Geno Smith would merely compete for the starting quarterback job, not inherit it.
After some headline-making comments by offensive coordinator Chan Gailey caused some confusion and controversy last week, coach Todd Bowles clarified things a bit Wednesday.
Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
Oft-criticized quarterback Geno Smith has been named the Jets’ starter (for now) — which is good news for him, at least.
The New York Jets’ quarterback competition appears over before it even got started.
Forget that his team has yet to play a game, Mike Maccagnan is still viewed as a conquering hero of sorts.
Mike Maccagnan has given Jets fans a reason to believe, but as long as the most important position on the field remains a crapshoot, the real expectations cannot begin.
Given their relative contributions to the Jets the last two years, it’s hard to write Geno Smith and Muhammad Wilkerson in the same sentence.
As far as Geno Smith is concerned, it’s going to take a lot more than a few draft rumors and a veteran coming off a major injury to take his job away.